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The textbook is:Celestin, Roger, andDalMolin,Eliane,France from 1851 to the Present: Universalism in Crisis(PalgraveMacmillan, NY, 2007)Sorry I can not provide the textbook at this time.
Part I(about 250 words are good enough):

Why was it only a French thing?
Our revolution lasted from 1776 to 1783, and then it still took a few years to iron out The Constitution. Aside from The Civil War of 1861 to 1865, the United States of America has remained indivisible. We have always lived in ademocratic republic, with division of powers over three branches of government, representation in Congress,
View complete question The textbook is:Celestin, Roger, andDalMolin,Eliane,France from 1851 to the Present: Universalism in Crisis(PalgraveMacmillan, NY, 2007)Sorry I can not provide the textbook at this time.
Part I(about 250 words are good enough):

Why was it only a French thing?
Our revolution lasted from 1776 to 1783, and then it still took a few years to iron out The Constitution. Aside from The Civil War of 1861 to 1865, the United States of America has remained indivisible. We have always lived in ademocratic republic, with division of powers over three branches of government, representation in Congress, and free, public elections. Why didn't we ever revert to a monarchy, whetherabsoluteorconstitutional? Some would say America is an “Empire” of sorts, but we are still a democratic republic, at least on paper. Try to find any website, or video, or image, no matter how small, that adresses these issues, whether from the French or American perspective. PROVIDE THE LINK! Try, for example, “American exceptionalism”.Note: Offensive or insulting posts are forbidden, and will be deleted. Part II(about 750 words): Remember to include EACH question before EACH answer, and DOUBLE-SPACE your work! When citing from a website, use quotation marks and give the complete URL; when citing from the textbook, use quotation marks and give the page number. 1. Text, Introduction, pages 1-8: Define “French exceptionalism”; “universalism”;mission civilisatrice; “universalism in crisis”. Name a few reasons why our authors chose to start the book with the year 1851, as opposed to 1870. How was American culture, especially the cinema, a threat to French universalism? 2. Text, bottom page 17 to 23: Summarize, in 3-4 sentences EACH, Dossier 1.2 and Dossier 1.3. What is each one about? Name names, speakers, dates, events, results, etc. Tell what happened on FOUR different December 2nds (1804, 1805, 1851, and 1852), in ONE SENTENCE EACH. 3. Text, pages 66-70: Define Napoleon III's “civilizing mission”. In ONE sentence EACH, what were his actions in the Suez Canal and Egypt, and in Algeria? What were some criticisms of the Empress Eugenia? Describe in 2-3 sentences her political and cultural role during the Second Empire. 4. Text, top of page 95-top of 96: What anti-Republican steps did President Mac Mahon take in the 1870s? Who was the Count of Chambord? Describe in 3-4 sentences the flag controversy: basic quarrel, the two sides, who won? What pro-Republican steps did President Grevy take in the 1880s? List them all! 5.Text, pp XXXXXXXXXX: Describe in 5-6 sentences why the year 1899 was so important, and the role Marianne played in that year. Name names (Jules Dalou = ? Charles Peguy =?), what they did, impact on the French public, etc.. Compare the description of Dalou's sculpture in the book to the picture of it in the wikipedia article on Marianne(in theGallerysection). Do they match up? Describe anything else you can see on the statue in the wiki photograph. 6. Prince Henri, Count of Paris, Duke of France: Who is he? Give his FULL name and date of birth. Describe in detail EVERYTHING you see on the Orleanist (“July Monarchy”) Coat of Arms (enlarge the pic from the “House of Orleans” wiki article!). List ALL symbols on that Coat of Arms that are specifically FRENCH (4 total- see new Course Announcement); of what is each of these the symbol?Remember to answer the following two questions about the medallion at the bottom: Whose image is that? Why is it there (that is, how did it get there — again, see help in the Course Announcement!)? Part III: write a short response to the following post(about 50 words is good enough): I'll post it once you finish the part I.

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